It looks like Marvel won’t be slowing down any time soon even after the conclusion of Marvel’s Phase Three. Chief Creative Officer and Co-Chairman of Walt Disney Studios Alan Horn recently spoke to The Hollywood Reporter and shared that Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige will be producing three or for movies a year following the tremendous success of Avengers: End Game which became the biggest box office hit of all time.
Marvel’s schedule in regards to its Phase Four has already been out for a while, with 2020 being a somewhat slow year with only The New Mutants, Black Widow and The Eternals being in the docket before the film studio starts ramping up its momentum once again.
2021 has been hyped with huge titles being planned to be released like with the Benedict Cumberbatch-led Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madeness, Spider Man 3, Thor: Love and Thunder where fans are hyped up for a Natalie Portman portrayed Thor and the anticipated premiere of the first Asian-American Marvel superhero with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Other Marvel projects that have been announced but are further along the schedule are movies like Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 of James Gunn, the Captain Marvel sequel, and Mahershala Ali’s reboot of Blade.
The Mouse House also has its upcoming streaming platform Disney+ where it will be home to future Marvel TV shows like Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, and Hawkeye so besides the scheduled movies, Marvel has a ton of content that they are planning to dish out to their fans.
Alan Horn also shared that there will always be an audience for a film that has heart, humor, and a compelling story line and is well-made. And with the Marvel Cinematic Universe having around seven thousand characters, there are plenty that are yet to be discovered and brought to life.
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